Category Archives: Learning Theory

Latent inhibition is not context specific & eye tracker demands?

With my new method, I have robust evidence that it produces latent inhibition.  The original goal of that experiment was to show that the eye-tracker can be shown to monitor visual attention in conditioning, validating it with a phenomenon where … Continue reading

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By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes.

More eye data from a latent-inhibition procedure in the next week or so.   Could be interesting…

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What is “Associative Learning?”

In another place, someone asked me “Will the learning models ever get it right?”  I thought that I would post my answer here, and use it as a soapbox to talk about what “Associative learning” is- or should be. Will … Continue reading

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Spectacular data on its way…

If the patterns we’re getting with our first 8 participants hold out, Anton & I shall have some spectacular data with the eye-tracker to post sometime next week.   The tracker, in combination with the method is showing that people do … Continue reading

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Learning papers

The list of my experience and published works is available in the “Vitae” page, linked to in the header above.  I have some of my papers available for download.   If you can’t find what you’re looking for email me … Continue reading

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